Epic moments and photos

Sigourney Weaver tests out the flame-thrower prior to filming “Alien” on the Shepperton Studios’ backlot lawn, 1978. A remote switch was used to activate the lighter inside, and once lit, director Ridley Scott “liked to keep it that way.”


Poweful picture of mark coleman and his daughters post fight (full fight)



Free Solo Climber Dan Osman (video)

Dan Osman died November 23, 1998 at the age of 35 after his rope failed while performing a “controlled free-fall” jump from the Leaning Tower rock formation inYosemite National Park. Osman had come back to Yosemite to dismantle the jump tower but apparently decided to make several jumps (over a few days) before doing so. The failure was investigated by the National Park Service with assistance from Chris Harmston, Quality Assurance Manager atBlack Diamond Equipment. Harmston concluded that a change in jump site angle probably caused the ropes to cross and entangle, leading to the rope cutting by melting. Miles Daisher, who was with Osman when he made the jump, stated that the ropes used in his fatal jump had been exposed to inclement weather — including rain and snow — for more than a month before the fatal jump, but that the same ropes were used for several shorter jumps on the previous and same day.



Rare image of an iceberg that has flipped over



Unreal pic of a pick-up sandwiched between two semi-trucks; driver miraculously survived with no serious injuries

“Kaleb Whitby, 27, who miraculously escaped with minor injuries, was sandwiched in his pickup truck between two trailers in the Baker City crash. The photographer, Sergi Karplyuk, helped the man out of his car. Whitby’s injuries only required two band-aids and ice. Photo by Sergi Karplyuk”



Christopher Nolan’s crude, clay model that was the inspiration for the Tumbler in “Batman Begins” (final design by Nathan Crowley)



“Philly cheesesteak” served to school kids for lunch



Bruce Lee not doing martial arts



This was scribbled all over the wall of a vacant crackhouse



The only surviving Ho 229 – German WW2 aircraft, the first pure flying wing powered by jet engines. 1944



This is Dr Magdalena Ogórek, candidate for election as President of Poland



A public work bench for your bicycle compete with tools and a QR code for common repair help!



This Place Is Doing Awesome Things



Curiosity’s Latest Selfie



Super Cool Concept



Another Angle Of The New Ford GT



Nirvana Casting Call!


Seahawks “fans” leave early, not allowed to watch the comeback



Packer fans be like..


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